The boricua Javier Baez, hit his second home run of the 2021 season on Wednesday Big leagues (MLB) with the Chicago Cubs, being a huge hit against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
On Wednesday’s matchday, shortstop Javier Baez, like all a golfer, he hit his second home run of the current 2021 season of the Big leagues with the Cubs, being a hit that took practically from the ground.
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Baez He took advantage of a change in speed by Tyler Anderson that stayed very low, almost from the ground to get that huge homerun, which served so that the Cubs turned the scoreboard to 3-2 against the Pirates in the MLB 2021.
That peculiar home run of Javier Baez reached 367 feet and left the stadium at 99 miles per hour, a hit that shows the offensive capabilities of the Puerto Rican player from Cubs, that reached two full-turn hits in the nascent harvest of Big leagues.
Thanks to that home run, the Puerto Rican shortstop reached five RBIs in 25 at-bats with the Cubs in the first week of the 2021 season of MLB.